Your driving record is an important document because it encompasses your driving history. The Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration (MVA) maintains the driving records of all Maryland residents with a driver’s license. The driving history revealed by your driving record includes:
With the help of your driving record, you can:
There are two types of driving records that you can obtain from the Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration (MVA). The two types of driving records include:
The 3-year driving record contains traffic violation convictions, car accidents, any driver’s license suspensions or revocations, driver’s license status and issue date. On the other hand, the probation before judgment (PBR) driving record encompasses everything that is part of the 3-year driving record in addition to any probation before judgments such as DUI charges.
There are two ways of making Maryland Driving Records Request—in person and online. Furthermore, you can obtain a copy of your driving record through online public databases. You can obtain your Maryland driving record in-person by:
If you want to request your driving record online, you’ll need to:
For further information, you can contact the Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration at 1-800-492-4575.